Units of the Fort Benning-based 648th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade render honors during a ceremony at Doughboy Stadium Oct. 23, 2021 to welcome the new command team of Col. Kris Marshall and Command Sgt. Major Rodney Bettis.
Georgia’s 648th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade welcomes new command team
By Maj. William Carraway | Oct. 23, 2021
Georgia Army National Guard Col. Kris Marshall became the seventh commander in the history of the

Runners begin the 2021 Assault on Kennesaw Mountain 5k run Oct. 23, 2021, at Kennesaw, Georgia. Virtual and in-person participants ran the event in memory of the 43 fallen Georgia Army National Guard Soldiers that died fighting in the Global war on Terrorism. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Bryant Wine).
2021 Assault on Kennesaw Mountain
By Capt. Bryant Wine | Oct. 23, 2021
The Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation, the official support organization of the

The brigade colors of the Macon-based 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Georgia Army National Guard, renders honors at the brigade change of command ceremony Oct. 17, 2021, at Volunteer Headquarters in Macon, Georgia. U.S. Army Col. Anthony Fournier relinquished command to Col. Jason Baker. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Bryant Wine)
Volunteer Brigade hosts change of command, welcomes 29th commander
By Capt. Bryant Wine | Oct. 17, 2021
The Georgia Army National Guard’s 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team held a change of command

Captain Richard Henry, commander of the Waynesboro-based 202nd Ordnance Company, stands before his Soldiers during a departure ceremony at Burke County High School Oct. 16, 2021.
Citizen-Soldiers of 202nd Ordnance Company embark on overseas deployment
By Maj. William Carraway | Oct. 16, 2021
Families and friends of the Georgia Army National Guard’s 202nd Ordnance Company gathered at Burke

A sign commemorating U.S. Army Master Sgt. Mark Allen and Sgt. Michael Stokely stands above Georgia State Route 81 in Loganville, Georgia, Oct. 12, 2021. The local government rededicated the highway in honor of the Georgia Army National Guard Soldiers who resided in Loganville when they died supporting combat operations during the Global War on Terrorism. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Bryant Wine)
Highway rededicated to two fallen Georgia Guardsmen
By Capt. Bryant Wine | Oct. 13, 2021
Soldiers, veterans, retirees, families and friends met in Loganville, Georgia, for a rededication of

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